6 July, 14.00 – 17.30, Theatre 1

Cyber-threat, - crime, -terrorism are on the rise. No single aspect of data center and cloud infrastructure is more mission critical than the ever-growing risk to data, network and physical facilities. Alongside with the rise of IoT applications, which results in a huge influx of data on the networks from the connected devices, what are the best practices to avoid hacks and downtime?

As an introductory seminar at INTERPOL World, security and data center experts will highlight the need for the industry to be alert of the trends and threats in its environment; how enterprises and data center providers can best strategize and govern their digital infrastructure; and the available innovations today that can help to protect your infrastructure.

DCD Summit: Security for mission critical infrastructure and ICT systems


 Summit Chairman address
 Ka Vin Wong, Independent Consultant


 Digital forensics, Cloud, data centers and Cybers attacks

 This session includes an overview of digital forensics and the cloud as well as highlighting the latest  trends and  methods associated with such technology and also highlighting some of the cyber attacks  that may occur to cloud  services.

 Christopher Church, Senior Mobile Forensic Specialist, INTERPOL


 M&E Cybersecurity: Will your data center infrastructure be the next ransom target?

 Find out what are the major security risks in data centers and the recommended solutions to prevent  your  infrastructure from being the next ransom target.

 Florian Lukavsky, Director, SEC Consult Singapore Pte. Ltd.


 Governing your data center from people, protocols to technology
 Phoon Wai Leong, Business Development Director for Access Control Solutions, ERS Group


 Panel: How data centers provide security for their customers?

 John Lee, CISA, CISM, President, ISACA Singapore Chapter (Moderator)
 Anthony Lim, Director - Singapore, Cloud Security Alliance
 Ka Vin Wong, Independent Consultant
 KP Unnikrishnan, Senior Director & Head of Marketing APJ, Palo Alto Networks


 Harnessing cloud power to improve security

 As cloud services become increasingly sophisticated and secure, businesses are shifting more of their  traditional  network architecture to cloud-based systems. If correctly adopted, organizations can take  advantage of the flexibility  and simplicity of cloud architectures to manage cyber risk. Find out how  innovative enterprises are already doing  this.

 Bisham Kishnani, Consulting Engineer (APJC) - Data Center, Cloud, Virtualisation & SDN, Palo Alto  Networks


 Closing Comments


 Networking Drinks at Expo